****UPDATE: This competition is now closed. The winner was Mike Riddle (@mikeinlight) Congratulations Mike and thanks to everyone who entered****
Dante's Inferno has turned out to be very decent (if somewhat disturbing) action game. But what if you want more of the game's universe but don't want to resort to fourteenth Century literature? You need an animated movie based on the game of the book. And as luck would have it, that's exactly what we've got here to give away to one lucky reader, complete with a brand spanking new Blu-Ray Player to play it on. Can't say fairer than that.
This new adaptation of Dante's Inferno is the result of a collaboration between 6 animated studios and follows the plot of the game as Dante travels through the nine circles of Hell to rescue his beloved Beatrice.
Above: One Blu-Ray Player and Dante's Inferno Blu-Ray up for grabs
The competition is open for two weeks (closing on 25 Feb, 2010) to anybody over 18 years of age who lives in the mainland UK. All you have to do is answer the question below via our Twitter account by adding #GRDante to an @reply along with your answer. We'll choose the winner at random from the correct entries.
In the book, Dante Alighieri is 'a hapless 14th century poet'. But how did Mikel describe the game version of Dante in his recent feature?
Ooh, tricky one, huh? The film's rated 18, so please don't enter the competition unless you're over that age. By entering, you are agreeing to our usual terms and conditions.
11 Feb, 2010